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  1. The Java BluePrints book Designing Web Services with the J2EE 1.4 Platform: JAX-RPC, SOAP, and XML Technologies has just been made available for free PDF download.

    The book provides the guidelines, patterns, and real-world examples architects and developers need for designing and integrating enterprise-level Web services using the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) 1.4.

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  2. what a mess.....[ Go to top ]

    why it isnot available as one pdf , next time donot forget to provide each page in a single pdf
    thanx for the contents
  3. RE: what a mess.....[ Go to top ]

    You can also view the whole thing in html format.
    By the way, it is impolite to complain about the condition of a gift.
  4. Chapter naming convention suggestion
    Thank you for providing such resources for free. I will start reading it soon. If you can name your chapter like:
    01_introduction.pdf
    ....

    It would be more easy for view them with file explorer.

    Regards,
    W. John
  5. thanks for content[ Go to top ]

    thank you for the book
    marwan
  6. There is, of course, the HTML version with a properly hyperlinked table of contents ....

    wget -r -p -np -k -l0 http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_webservices/html/index.html

    (has the decency to look a little guilty)
  7. Thank you[ Go to top ]

    That is an extremely useful command,
  8. Thanks[ Go to top ]

    Maraming salamat po s ebook :D Thanks!
  9. Thanks[ Go to top ]

    Thanks for providing a good book
  10. Thanks[ Go to top ]

    Thanks for sharing this free e-book.
  11. Grateful[ Go to top ]

    Simply to thank you for sharing this book.
  12. Grateful too[ Go to top ]

    Muchas Gracias!

    Saqib

    http://galaxy.sagadc.com/
    - Web Services in 15 Minutes -
  13. Thanks[ Go to top ]

    Thanks a lot.

    I also think it's impolite to complaign about a gift, especially about a minor detail.

    W. John, you can rename the pdf file yourself, right?
  14. Many thanks for sharing[ Go to top ]

    Many thanks for providing with the book, excellent resource. I've been searching on the net for a while, for something as complete as this book. I don't think how anyone can complain about this. :-)
  15. Message level security[ Go to top ]

    It's a very nice book. However it doesn't have much information about message level security. Many books have some theoretical information about it, but I would like to have some practical information - APIs, libraries and code samples.
  16. Message level security[ Go to top ]

    Yes, for message level security, the security chapter does just provide a high level view. The reason is because the book tries to focus on the portable aspects on J2EE1.4, so that the information stays valid on all J2EE1.4 platforms. Also, the details of message level security are changing a lot so the interoperability is an issue that makes details about message level security stale quickly in a book. I was concerned about adding detail about message level security to the chapter because it might make the content incorrect as the message level security specs change.
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    Instead the security chapter fousses on interoperable security with Basic Profile and portable security in J2EE 1.4. This way at least the J2EE security model is explained in some detail. And HTTPS is still used frequently in web services today, so its good to understand the j2ee security model with web services over HTTPS.
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    We are considering adding some entries to the Java BluePrints Solutions Catalog on message level security. So this would allow us to extend the book content and cover topics that change frequently. Thanks for the feedback.
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    hope that helps,<br>
    Sean